This salmon recipe is amazing when you want to impress. It looks quite cheffy; but actually, gravlax is super-easy to make at home.
Carrot cake is a staple afternoon tea treat, but have you tried baking with other vegetables, too? Root veg give a lovely natural sweetness, moisture and texture to bakes.
More and more people are looking for meat alternatives as they choose to follow vegetarian, vegan or plant-based diets. This can be for various reasons – for health, the environment or ethical choices.
Asparagus is a real treat – and it’s only in season for a few weeks of the year. If you can get hold of very fresh asparagus, all it needs is a quick dip in boiling water, followed by a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil, sea salt and black pepper.
The joy of eating seasonal vegetables is enjoying the natural variety available throughout the year. Look for British courgettes in the shops in mid-to-late summer, and if you can grow them at home, even better.
We love eggs! They’re one of the most versatile ingredients in the kitchen. From a simple omelette to a decadent mousse or Hollandaise sauce, you can take eggs in almost any direction.
Veg Power from the Food Foundation has launched a major new national campaign to change the way people think and feel about vegetables, with the aim of inspiring us all to eat more veg. Especially our kids!